Alan Rogers Review
Owned and run by the Grobner family, this informal little site nestles between wooded mountains with wonderful views along the valley. A crystal clear mountain stream runs down along one side. There are 30 touring pitches on a level terrace overlooking grassy meadows. They vary in size, all have electricity (13A) and easy access to water (heated in winter) and five also have drainage and TV points. The main services can be found on the upper terrace, but due to the steep access, this site is not suitable for disabled visitors. A ski and boot hire centre is attached to the site, making it a very popular winter destination.
For those who can pop back and forth, the site offers indoor heated storage for caravans and motorhomes. Buses run from the village to the popular Arlberg ski resort, 5 km. distant, as well as to Saint Anton. For non-skiers, the area has many walking and hiking trails. An attractive all-year destination for the active, but also offering a quiet and peaceful place to stay during the spring and summer. The restaurant menu has been extended and there are now apartments to let.